I know its a long shot, but I figure i gotta use any resources I have at this point.
I'm about to take a job in manhattan (starts monday the 8th), and i was supposed to getting a place with a friend this week, but he bailed at the very last minute. I'm at a total loss, and minorly freaking out. I have temporary housing until the 1st of November, but I really need to find a place.
Anyone know of anyone looking for roommates/sublets/shares in the city? Anyone have any connections to agents/property managers/supers? I know, regionals. But I'm scrambling here, and i'd really appreciate any help i can get. Thanks NS, mad karma for all who post in here.
And so the thread isnt a total flop, heres a sick follow up interview to David Gonzalez's Posessed to Skate segment (if you didnt see it, go over to thrasher and watch it...its pretty much the gnarliest skate edit ever)
I'd rock the bronx but that's cause I'm poor. Depends on how much your making. At least in nyc you can get everywhere pretty easily with a little train hoppage. Def a clusterfuck at certain times of the day though.
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you must be pumped dude! i always check craigslist and i am not sure what your budget is, but stuff in queens, parts of brooklyn, and the bronx are a lot cheaper than I had originally thought. i would love to make this move at some point, but I think im gonna keep saving up for now. good luck!
Try Queens. Astoria or Long Island City. It is definately cheaper than Manhattan. LIC is an easy commute into the city too since its only 1 stop away from Grand Central on the 7 train.
It all depends on your budget though. You can get a studio apt in Harlem for $1,500 or a studio in the East Village for $3,000. And Craigslist classifieds suck for apartment rentals. Try renthop.com or streeteasy.com.
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